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WKI KSllAY, MAY Iff, ltH.
Received by express a
line of blue sboes, also a
line of patent kid sboes
with red suede kid
The prettiest baby
in the city
itli linking pofroaf at
Mick h. OmfH
for ladies' shoes:
latest thing nut.
T'rHt t ieul Us sit ami Hhoe Htm.
Hweet rroam . Duttoi.'
Inn nrenm, any flavor, I bit t m V
Ohlldtan'i Kardfii tools. Noll'i,
Huv your window shades at
One serond-hand safe for sule at
A few raeyeln ud Onwford bleylw
left at Wit
(.urden Imse at all print ami Kuarnii
toed at Withee's.
Hoi id tnniintain stutis's tree friiin
sprouts at llawliiyV
Have your pictures framed . Itel
style at Murphy's.
Nmw desitfns in wall pttpM at
Murpby's pint itora,
At Hader's furniture flora
Bnest line f rugs ami imittitm
Automatic refrigerators and water
cooler at Hatter's f urn i In r- "font.
Window shades, curtain pole, mir
ror , etc., at lUder'M (umitiire store.
Oldest place and Iwst tumalcs, at he
Hoy's, cor. Court and liarden streets
Hitwlev Urns, arc taking IrM Iwul M
up to date grocer having a larger cit
trade tiian ever.
Kinest ham and lard on the market.
Home prodaet; try it. it gaaraiitaad
Hchwan A (irtnilieh.
Cresrent bmvele- on ttm int.t 1 1 men!
plan at the Oraacont anencv in tin- Kut
Oregon ian bill Id lux, payment $1 a
wmik, no interest.
Heineuibor I have I better stm-k of
oir, aale-ifrease, rope, boltiuir and all
oilier barvost supplies than ever be
lore. 1. Sones, Helix.
You are much more liable l"
when vour liver and bowels do BOl Ml
pr..H-rly. lloWitt's Little r..irlv Ritai
remove muse of disease. Tallman .V Co
A suite of rooms in the Kant "re
ttouiau liuildiiiK, hot and cold water,
bathroom, for $11 a month during tin
e.iminer. Applv at the Kant llreynniuii
lli. von remember tli.tt ;i piano is b
w given away absolutely free on .Moo
day, June 3, at 1 p. m. and that the
People Warehouse give a vol.- ...
said piano for each 2-V purehuse? On I
a few thousand vote let and only a
few days left in which to vote them.
"I have lieen aufleriug from dyapa
aut lor the pat 'Jn year and have been
tillable alter trying all preparation and
pbyaician to gel auv relief. After tak
ing one bottl" ol KihIoI lvaH-pia Cure
1 i.. o ml relief and am MM ! better
health than I have been for 10 vear. I
cannot praise Kodol liyspepHia t'ure inn
highly. " write Mm, c ST. Robtfto,
North Oreek, Ark. Tallman .V 0o
Hummer but, BOc to
Mro. lr it Ih Do,
Ask to aee our BSl
llro. I try (iisals (Jo.
Thompann glove lining corsets. All
atylea. (Jleaver llro. Ilry (ioodl Co.
Wanted Qood buggv and single
Imrness. Addreaa, box 48, Pendleton,
Wanted- A rompeteiit girl to do
general housework, impure at tbia1
N. Berkeley has some very desirable
tnu-ti null maaftrt iimiMrtv lor sale on"
Invitation :ire out (or a dancing
partv to lie given by Mr. I.eon Cohen
Ud Mr. T. C. Taylor at The Armory
on Wednesday evening, June It.
(). M. C.istleiuati, a driiggiat of Wen
ton, and Miss Hertha i . Willahv,
daughter ol W. I'. Willahv, of Athena,
have taken out a marriage license.
The least in quantity ami moat in
quality descrilie lloWitt's Little Karly
Kiaera. the famous pills for conatina
tioii and liver comnlaint. Tallmau AtCo.
I nder a recent ordinance every one
ha to nunioer In place of businesa or
hia reaideuce. Maple tiros., ,'tlto Court
street, can supply numliera on brass,
aluminum and in'ckle at very low
Maker Git Herald: They were
royally entertained while in I'endle
loii, ami Manager Mclianiel coniniis
aions the Herald to express to I'endle
ton the thanks ol the team and It sup
DaWltt'l Little Karly Risers aean h
the remotest parts of the bowels ami .
move impurities apeeilily with no dia
coiiifort. I'hev are famous for their eth-
j cacy. Kasy to lake. Never gripe. Tall-
man V ( 'o.
Mi'lnsil has ended ior tfie year. Your
.laughter now have time to devote
to music. Wakelielil A hailing, at
their warerooms in the iolden hole
hotel, will sell or rent you a 11 rat
I. I- rank Koiiche, the celebrated
Shakespearian scholar, will give an
entertainment at the llaptiat church
on Tuesday evening. June I. Mr.
Kouche is a humorist and will furninli
an evening of pleasure.
Lebanon Kxpress-Advanre : W. H.
Mavlierrv has been elected principal of
tin Helix school at $7n a month lor a
nine months' term, commencing the
second of September. He will live in
Milton tin- summer and work at hi
Train No. 41, over the l. It. N., '
from Walla Walla, will arrive Thurs
day at 1:10 p. in. and reluming, will
leave at H:80 p. in., to MOflMdSM
those who wish to attend the baseball
game between the Athena and Pendle
ton learns, which occurs at the ball
gro'iml- in I'emlleton tomorrow after
noon beginning at :l o'clock.
I'rof. (ireener, the lloheuiian glas
blower, is in the city and has rented
the new BalbMI building, next to the
Last Oregon mo and will begin a series
il exhibit ion in glass blowing. He
will have on exhibition two glass
-(nil engines in motion, also a lady's
Ili'Xlble glass dress which created a
sensation in Chicago. See hi ad to
morrow. Hoise Statesman, I'ayette correspon j
dei William Willhuru reports the'
ale of over .Vi.tKX) pound of wool at I
II'. cents psjf pound, 800 U-year-old i
l p at $'.' no per head and 1 100 year I-
nigs at $'.'.'Jo per head. The sheep men
of Crane creek and vicinity will light :
tl olraMMM of the coyote acalp tax. I
William Morebead, the sheep insiec
lor, has Iwhui tnrough that countrv ami
limls all the sheep in gissl condition.
I rank Sloan and Miss Nettie L. 1
Atkinson were united in marriage at1
high noon on sumlav, May 20, by
Lev K. W. King, of the Baptist
church, the ceremony being performed 1
a' the bor f the bride's mother at
Li'bo. Mr. Hloan is a stockman ol
llutter creek, is mile from Kcho and
ha taken hi bride to the new home
Kclative to the iiuuilier of about l.'i
partiHik of a sumptuous wedding dinner
after the marriage.
li. II. DanieU, general passenger
agent of the Sew York Central lines,
ha made Oregon apples a standard
il'licle in the dining cars of the sv
tum. Ilereater they will figure daily
ion (be bill of fare of every train, where
th.-v are to be listed a Oregon apple,
j Oregon apple have gained a wide
I reputation and it ia a question whether
the Oregon apple will advertise the
Sen York Central or the New York
Central the apples, yet there is every
reason to believe that the production
nt (lie trult beie mil be benefited.
A REFUSAL TO PAY TAXES
BFFORT TO BNJOIN SHERIFF BLAKLBY
FROM SBLLING BANK STOCK.
First National Bank Storkholdars Aro
Dlsistunsd With tha Work of
Notice of appl icatinii for injunction
have been served upon Sheriff William
Hlakley to prevent him from selling
certain stock in the First National
bank, the taxes upon which for the
v..r IH'KI have not been pnio, and
'which was ordered by the county ronrt
Itobeaold. The stock was onginallv
j assessed to the First National hank
upon a cash valuation of $250 per
'share, hut the bank expected and it
! was afterwards assessed against the
shareholders at $:!20 per share. The
'raise was made by Assessor George
HtuAti from the fact that H shares of
the stock was sold at Portland on
March 17, MM, for $HI0. As other
proierty thai year was assessed at HO
ier cent of it cash valuation, the
value of the stock lor assessment pur
rsise was llxed at $lfi0 76, when
originally assess, d against the bank,
and alterwBrd at IM when taxed
against the individual shareholders.
Thsss Rstus to Pay.
Those who refuse to pay, with the
.number of shares owned I y each, are
la follows Levi Ankeiiy, MO shares,
$l:n:i.l"i tax; .1. H. McLrod, 10 shares,
j 47.01 ; W. F. Matlock, "JO shares. f'M 0'J
III. A. Kevnolds A II. l(eynold and
B l-cbiihacber, fiO each, H86.09.
each; M. liariih III shares now owned
bj il. F. Jofaaaoa, $47 Ol. Mr- I. ma
B, Stnrgis and W. S. livers, who own
stock in the First National bank, have
paid their taxes. Messrs. Matlock,
Mel, cis I and JobMOfl have been
not died that their appl ii at inn for an
injunction against Sheriff lllakl'v will
come up before Judge Kill- nini.-ili
atelv upon bis return from Henpner.
It i- believed that the bulge will not
m in Pendlelon until Monday, June
:i, which is the date lor the coniinen. e
merit of the regular June term of the
The Amount In Dispute.
The assessi r and county court any
that the tax against (he stockholdet -who
re I use to pay is MMH,83, and that
unless paid the shclc will b Id as
delinquent. The stockholders want to
pay only ;.:..", wtncii amount they
tendered to the sheriff in full payment
of the taxes, and, upon his refusal to
accept i'.thov turned it over to County
Clerk Chamberlain and gave notice of
aupl icat ion for in junction. Countv
Assessor liurau is ot the opinion that
be was Hrforniing hi sworn dun
when he increased the amount ol the
value of the shares (or assessment pur
poses The stockholder! believe that
their slock has lieen asse-ae I higher
than that of other bank, ami refuse to
abide by the decision of the assessor
ami county court. I heir interests are
being looked alter by Carter A Italev
Histrici Attorney T. (i. Hailev and ,1,
J. Halb-rav represent I' unit il la county.
our deceased m il:' I or ami tin unvel! MEMOK'lAl
ing of the monument of our lat m igh
' bor, Mr. Boyulon. all are expected
Mo bring what noSMrl they can get with
them. Ily order of the cptnin of the
guards and the hoard ol tiuiiiager.
4 y f.
THR ORAVKS 01 lOtOljM Wltl "B
STRKWN WITH FI.0Wr.R-
0 E fi W
A gcntlenni'i from the far West
stopping at one of the nplown hotels,
hamlpd a $!(): note to the cashier this
morning in I iquidat lofl of hi bill,
ami reieived back ten crisp new $o
bills, which had never been even
creased, and were fresh from their
original packag", M plnmd together
ill the treasury .
From repeated handling the $I0H
bill li nke ! more like h piece of dirty,
black, waler-aoaked DMp0f tban Pile
'That's nice money," he paid tothe
cashier. "Where I BtMM from some
people might look askance at it before
acceptance. a it anpears 1 00 new and
toe much like what 1 1 ey mig' t con
sider as counterfeit. In Ohli ign, In a
restaurant, I ome offararl I iatcl-tiew
bill oi large ilcuoir inat mi frtflb from
the triasurv and It was r d bv the
cashier, who bad her "suspi. ris'ofit
genuineness In t i a um you, OB my
honor, 'twas in OblMgn, vheie Iboy
will take aiivlhtng, (roiii tiie bristles
off a pig' hack to your watih Ot lllti
NOJ it wasti't in S. I.oni-, bin in
Chicago; I'll swear it' Nn jollying,
"However, We never -ee an ol lluse
fresh, crisp, new hill nut in the far
West, Southwest and in the far Bntltll,
Whenever I DOOM to WfUhlngtna I al
ways take awav 'it I me a- touch of
this ni lean BIOMJI a I can rarrv. I
consider it a ! n r v I owe Q the public
at large in cause it- ilissemltlttlor.
Mere. I iiiiderslaml, the resideol- fail
to notice the money Ihev baudle, hav
ing bsjOO&M a customed to seeing it."
"That's true," said the cashier.
"Washington is the gn-at
clearing-house for the entire nation,
a well as H i ntral point of issue
of money. At tbi hotel e rend dailv
(o the treasury a ci lain sum, which is
Mtmbtri or Kit Carton Post. No. 28. C.
A R.. Will ton.1 .ct tha
Decoration day, Tbur-day, May ,
..;ll I I.w.rv. , w It I due sou I
in Pendleton. The grave- ol the
... 1. 1;.., Ih ,1... ,,rnveard and in
cernelerv will he strewn Itll
The nro'grain i- for the O A.
hers to meet ut their hail.
hnihling. at BlSO, tl"'"
1 pass it out to our
old hills instead
pleased a a rule t
carry it away to !
c nintry ,
lira new innlicv, and
sis, taking their
tillesls are much
receive it ; thev
uiiarteri of the
it enter- into gen in g i
crisis g nothing I
troii1 1 1 is a good pract i. i
whirl, mold be emulated.
"It is aii actual privilege to ban He
tin- clean innnev, whi ID ill WfUblng
tomans enjoy, but wbich thev do not
take into MCOtUit hv n a-on of their
familiarity with it. The government
pays its employe semi-monthly in
bills fresh from the treasiirv, which
quickly tind their way into general
circulation in the citv and indirectly
niit-ide of Washington.'' - Washington
Kev. Paul Krtlger, erstwhile if
Camas prairie, Umatilla enmity, is
suing Tha I 'ni 1' - for daiiiag" alleged
to have heen -n-t mud D) lulling on a
defective sidewalk, lie waul $;irou.
I III III
march 10 the
graveyard on the north -id the rtv -r
and daeorata the gr.iv.- of in"r"
wav William M- DIWI M V.
Ooniey. DnloB war soldiers, anil A. ii
v..i.m a.,.l Pharlas 1 . Jewell. Indian
...i. i 'ih.. f4. A. R. men will
i i... i i.i.i . allows tdock and from
there will heal the proeawioO
Olue cemetery at 10 tW -harp
Wonibnen of the World and
mill full in und march to the
terv The men will walk, but carnage
bave beet, pr,.vi.bd lot the ladles who
0. A. R Kxsroise Flrjl.
I pull arrival at Olo ceineierv Hie
graves of the following Uolofl soldier
will hadaeoratadi Hmoth) Baan, Lavl
Kodsoi. L. M. Pin, Qaoma Oloion,
Id. W. King, Wii'i.uii I 1
Cliff inl, William .Marti... William
Reynolds, J une- Rl odn W Blantall,
J, -mill.. N. it. Stover. ,T. A. Well-,
8. II. For man, Da?ld Patart, J. w .
Brant, Qaorye sbntrum ami Irnk
III n, Ih grave Ol J. II. '1 urine,
ft ('.. ni. '. rate w I he tn-aled lite same
a llm-i .. tin . iii men. A tie DOtl
' made f. ' the piir M will be ill .rated
a tl pre nti tivc ol the uoknowii
soldier' grav.-. Tlioma I.. JaOMt
and Henry Bh I kev the U, A lv.
wmnitttw, wen- mil today and marked
with I -mall II ig IM .. grave to be dei -
A pproi riate ran
hv ttie li A. R.
been cm. I ltd. .1 the N" .linen of the
World will haw iWroration MrricM
accordlna 'n iha ritual ol tbalr onlaf ,
I, It. Ueider will deliver the oration.
There ar il) about IA tm mben nf
Kit Oaraoi t, but i. It latlkwad
that at lean 'in nr NO '.Id soldo r will
turn nut upon litis is Paiiou.
Bd M. Lester, a fanner ind itoOl
man of the P. tts, came all the wav in
frnm that larawiiv region to join with
hi old comrade in thi snleinii ser
vice. All are untitled that the procession
will move for Olney cetneti-ry from
odd l ellow hall af lOlSOft, m. sharp
and are requested to be prompt.
g, g . eiJB- 9 I Unit
DRESS GOODS SALE,
FOR 10 DAYS.
Rve the largeal
I I'l II I M I "I I .
will slash pi ic H
flU4j , i Dur niju cm pi itt.
VS e hftVtl it
iitul fiiH'st It 01 of dregg
For the nexf ten dav- bh
dune and take ad van t
it ..r i, c . "
nveiy "i" 1,1 "l,, lawrwi iroru the
ti) the best, all included in sale.
We are still selling SHOES cheaper than anyone.
Hot (joods ior ueasi money.
I " yoNS MKRCANTITK p..
TT i.,im Dl I lai i iv ki .1 lit ovr Ci
MOrmon ai"ya. - iuft ih w
hfM th bt In wtJ
Ml Power, NlghfLoMM, Rpormntorrho.
MM to the e
r' m t.u rin. I . .. .
pur m atorrhoea I niom nTw!'
r- " ' ivi arnni s.
j, iui a iwiw w - - s w inlMx
HIM will lie held
Alter thev have
the desirr of
has mi aya
I " v.. tll w
to the Imautihil
Uftte. Sv can tit
I 1 -. ' . .
net s 'T Ml U n.olll. D:ir o ,.r .I:.-
K.t.lll trtlltl Otir ! ,-ilinr.iti. ii..l. i-
tln pUUDett tti the highest
nd at prices that arc riht.
MA (TINGS ut reduced
causa ol overstock. G
is in town todav Iron.
I enUerluot L millili ter
! wlisi ull our well ilMaatti wt-ll Mad
Ue our Mariluff linn lor UUIr- . nisila Ul
Ml Hit-ualurtl (on. i nilM.1 of pin. 'Inns anil
luiurtlUM It our times srr ii.il uiily hsiel
souir suusluKsul, hut rwiuiro uu luesslus u.
Tlmy not toil) l.ik wi-ll hut near well V f
Mre niu-itr tin i t-lslirsusl Uanulsr ln lui
Pendleton Shoe Co.,
Storss Will Close.
The Hank and business houses (en
aially will be in IVudleton ou
the alter.. i on of 1 'ecorat ton dav. I).
II Waltle went around with a paer
Tuesday alternoon and this toreuoon
a-l. nut the merchant and inativ otliet
busiueSH men In elure their storus,
shops, etr., from - In i, during the pru
eres of tin Athena I'eiidleton baseball
name. Tin i a, was signed with
M.irtelv u relusal to the rtsiuest oi .Mr.
tiolng lu Bultslo.
Ynu step on the train at the O. K. a
N. depot and you step off at t'liieaxo.
Just ni.e L'baiiKe of cars between Ten
dleton and the ex is 1 1 Inn Krouuds al
lluffalu. provided you travel via the (I.
K tV N and lis rounei'tions, wbiib
iui'lude all the prinripal lines east.
One route may be used - tilling ami
reluming without eatra
liarga. fall at the O. H. A N. ticket
nil.n- I. r lowe.-t rale- ami lull inlorina
tion ragardini Baatan awanlotu.
.luispiin .Miller, piH't of the Sierras,
lias said that he -will tieqiieatb bis
Inline, "Tne 1 1 1 1 ' near Oaklaud
0 ft l.ool t-liildreu h.r a park. It eon
tains Its.) ai res.
William llanna. (ormerlv proprietor
of the vjueeu rbop-house returned to
I'emlleton Tuesday evening
.Mrs. A I ire ('. Smith, organiser lor
the l.ady Macrahees, went to Milton
this uinrnluK torpmain until Saturday
Kev. Oliver I1. Cooper, the blind
evangelist, has returned from a trip
to Wallowa I'oiinty, and went out to
Helix i. -la with William Baatt.
iienrv K. Collier led .tin- murium-
for l.ewistoii, Idaho, to transact legal
burlliess. lie ex . eft tn return In I'en
dleton at fi o'clock Saturday evening.
Judge S. A. Lowell went to Wall.i
Walla this morning b. art as one of the
judges in the inter-state Ufa tor Ira I
contest to be lii-lil there this eveinnv.
Henry Harrison, formerly in Ih
mutt's gri eery store, lutely of Arling
ton, i in I'emlleton to remain a w. t k,
and many locate here again, a fie
likes the place.
Hoise livening Capital New- T.
llailey, a leading attorney of I'.-mll.
ion. iiregon, ami Mis Uaaaviava
llailey, are at the caplb.I t , ill. -ml the
funeral of Laura llelle llailev.
J. I'. Williams, formerly of Astoria,
Wllo has been spending the past Imw
month in Texas ami OWat M.utbern
states, is in PaonlatM. and n.av
locate here. He is a psychroliietrist.
Hoise Kvcniug Capital News hred
Kb mm I, associate editor of the Nawa,
leaves I Of liellevile touigbt In claim
his Wright till., ami interest therein
In bniiil ol holy matrimony . f urtber
ineutioii will come anon.
L. A. Spicer, who lias been fntl flail
tn Ins home near t' t lot Knck vwll.
ttpboid fever lor the last three
months, is here hslay The lever left
bis left knee inclined to stillness, a
feature of bin convalescence bv no
mean enjoyable ami which Mr Spiaaf
Iiohi i only tanporary,
Rldrad WaflSa ili arriva at :-.;
this alien.. ion from I'ortlaud. He has
Ikh-ii attending Armstrong Ibisim-ss aoj
lege and has tecured hi diploma a(i,.r
several month of close appliaatkM to
ins similes, lie was employed al tim
Hoston Store prior to taking the bust
liens educational course.
A BUi SALl; OF WOOL
fhe iwi lloti line nf oxf tls
and slippers in i iwn i-an In
mii by visiling our store.
We luive 1 1 1 -1 1 1 in
Pa lent kid.
Remembei this ia the last
WWk we vixt; a diftCOtint
of 27 per cent.
The Peoples Warehoose
I ll IKKS OF PHET
7i( Mam Street. Pendloton,
'i hftve 1. .1.1 you tbout
nr irrrui purollSM of
.Jiilmx n Bros, tenii'por
eeiftin and now mm r"tT
1 100'pieoe dinnti sal
only at $).!)H. Ht'intdn
ber Johnson Bros, ntkc
tlif finest senii-poroolftin
and have tin- largest fto
lory in tha world
1 in la the lli .it t llarxain
we have ever oiler d.
........ 1. . ...1... r. . ,
... in nnwssi v. iiii.iiu poles, M
tans, (.aris, iinrrcirs. pictures rtr
M. A. RM)ER,
1 n lertakni" I'arlor in Kcnr. .iain ami fbb htretti
4 Mai Sale lor one week on Millinm
All trimmed liats ai actual cisi ranging from
90c Ul 1 1 9tre t hats and sailors froin 2."ic
fi(J See our y oodi and pr our prioea ba
fore buying elsewhere. W alao wish to h
oreaae our saivs on ladies shirt vraiata and can
guotf very low n-ic-s t'or a short lime. Don't
forgel Tha Pairs troarantaa money hack if
goods are not satiafaetory
Owl Tea House. Bemieti & Tarbct Props, Dasenbenr BaJkBst; sbh
rolls cres' pajsT 10c
1 1.1 '.in 1.
4h i aoreH A I wheal land,
89 1 aeres A i arheal land.
2 lota well looted I2A0,
1 lo' loWi'f 'i hi, street
The Glories of
I In- KJirniturt: of
siioMii in the ruii
1 a j ; . 1 -
months. Nothnik: more clcanli,
j . 1 .
on ii ' 1,1 1 11 1 (ir 1 . .( .11 1 1 .1 11 in- ton
that the mat 1 1 nn-. u, ate showtnt
KtiH troni 75c uj. to I40
Mattioga aa low as 15c
(Jridertaklrg a Specialty.
Main street ursr llriilN
AlSfl a hij; hst ol
county property chesp.
1 ..- of appetite.
and ( Hhor Eruption
are hotuo of them.
I lorreoU all of them-
mikes the hloud pure.
TALLMAN & CO.
Lows and Ursnasr l 40. 000 Pound,
at Uaylon. Waahlnclun.
PSftOM) May 29. 1 be largest agol
sale ol tbe MMson was made hen b)
Lowti I tiraiiRer. The entire aiimini'
readied H),iM) hiuuIs and was pur
cbase.1 by Herman Metigar, ol 1'urt
laud, at 11 cents a p.mmi. Ab nit half
was of last year's clip which .mil, I
have 1 aold earlier in tbe seasmi
for l; cents.
Tha wool was luii and ligbt, Irnni
half 1.1 ..; uierinu sbeuu.
Ur. l.nwe slates that a luw vears agn
his sheep were near I v ail pure
merinos, which have of aool,
but are ton small fur mutton At that
lime tbe domain! seemed In in- (or a
lilht grade of wool, and beavv mmim.
sl.M-k. They acciinliimlv beauii 1.. l.r....i
Ibis class of sheep, out Ibe market
tm appurentlv demauds il ih nl.l -1 .. I.
Mr. hllWe rMVS It keen- Ibe si, ,
busy uiieasiutr iust wbat in ,.,
order b. sunniv what tb bn VMr 11 1
Bala ol excursiun tickets 1.. si I',.., I
Kansas Ultv. 8t. Jnu ilimli.
City and all iutermeiliate uniutn at
In low rate of f,i will be on sale at
the t I H A N ticket
Thunday, May 30. Limit ilaya!
Choice of routes.
Locust Hill Rabbitry
WHEAT LANDS a"d ,,oul,r-v Vards
At lowest rati s
East Uregonlan BulldinK,
most helpful butiks nn n.-rve
iu-.i ! iaai mhUwJ uNam
Sawyer ol IU11 Kraiu'lsvo. imw
Altantlon W. ot W.
I'l.e nlbcers and Illl'lll ImsTss lit II. ...I....,
Circle are requested tu mewt at li en
ball tomorrow im.rniiiK at 10 o'clock tn
take part in deci. ratine tbe irmitii. ni
!! ot the
Waata." b n.
in 11 niiii 111. nw. 1 1 iiu. .. .is ,,1
Htaaaai smi rwiniit)i aayaialaa li
oil- cunlr.iit to Hie va.t .11111 ut tal, uucliliii
... 1. i: . ill tin Ihl. llllfii-sllllK Subject il
laaamts, u oaiatullr noasKsrsd und araail il
drkf. sn.l aaalSl .u n.er W0rii. u W,
duru mii I .iiu or Ily
it ! Riiorsed by Uitli tbo ivllsitiu. sua
ss. uir pros. Tha UbUwao Advaaas iaa 1 "A
peiu.al t. tne Usll. ,111, 1 in,, applicaiiuii ul ll
rtaciflss win put aaalia, imp. ami kaan into
muuwinl. ot llu thai are uow
Miwagli aarraai iuiparumsm."
lilt' tiotik i. I! l by mail postpaid
1. in of ll.u aunt niiaioatiu cliapiers clispwr
u. aa Hart law aad Krv laalai has u.-n
prniKd separate!) s. s aniupie euaptei, and
will be ktal 10 any ad.lntu tor stamp by tha
publlaher.. THE HAOtflO PUSUBHlNfl 00,
B.11 ban Kraueisou
IVdiKice.l IWlKian Hares
and pure bred I ohI
Hares HM ,Kir pair, $.1 HHcll,
barrel, It.ift , and Wbite I'lvin
OSUi K,s-k. Kuj- fL'.is.
tllU"X ,MM': rtl"" "MM
barred K.sk r. at fl.Ao ,M.r
Boaa and siKi,. c..mb Hb.sle
Island Keils KKK -.oo ,a,r Jf,
.1 sittings lor IsiOv,
Visitors welnni.e For furtber
OUY W. WADK.
NATURAL AND ARTIFJCAL
Retail and too lots.
Telephone yoor ordtn Mam I, Main 57 or Main 83,
Of hail tha driver of the black team
"He is the Ice Man."
anOrsdall & Ross.
A Ac A , at A . Bff J
NKW V KIKNIXHKI,
X SCHEMPP, Prop.
nid w nn pvmj oas
Vltl PSU, ou abelTea, wslU. or
i'.i'I. at U imhi. m V.......
Si THK K.nl OKKi.ONlAN umiV, teudle
j von Oranou.
A Good Farntur
KBQW1 that the tsvrsl ol lueoaa. .u
eultnalloii if h. i, .. " " IW'Mish
hlu. ior his labor w can w , l" '"
Muaud.ry II you ar.. ,i m, !f. 1
ft bs.t linprov..! ,,'., '..'V''" ''"'I' sre
uptotiuic ock o, eieryum,;',,;,,,:;;,; "
r go Fishing
?f, ,,,r I tah u.
MailboiM Main 711
opruto, L)epot Stable.
Come in and see
BSy stock ol ilishes
ware ami cooking
utensils. Hi! lo
of camping outfits
Farmers Custom Mi
Prod Waltara, HroprioUsr-
capauity, iMi barrels daj
'lour exuhsusod lor wheat
'lour, Mill Jfoed, Ohopped Vssd. '
I ..... j.LuMW '
-ny caat uisiruaiAii. u" -
catrtM, only 15 casta a waak.